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Plastering a wall or ceiling is an extremely efficient way of altering the look to ensure a smooth and appealing finish. When the plaster has dried out, the wall can then be painted, wallpapered or tiled effortlessly.

One of many important benefits to plastering walls is the ease of decoration after. Frequently after removing old wallpaper, the surface underneath can be rough and lumpy. Merely painting or wallpapering over this can have a terrible visual impact.

We are able to provide around four plastering companies in the area, who will provide quotations for the work you would like completed. You'll be given a home visit from professionals in Addlestone who will carry out the plastering for a very good price.

Plastering in your property can take an hour or two to a few days. It can all depend on how large and how many rooms you are wanting to plaster. Have a smooth finish to your interior walls with reliable plasterers and get the best prices today.

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Plastering installation cost in 2021

Labour cost £525
Material cost £188
Waste removal £38

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Plastering Projects in Addlestone in March 2021

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We noted 628 requests for property or home quotes in Addlestone. Of these quotation requests the number of plastering quotations within Addlestone was 10. Quotatis would have been able to match these consumers with up to 4 suitable installers who were available for work in Addlestone at that time. Request a free house survey from reputable companies in Addlestone.

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Addlestone

Addlestone is an administrative town of the borough of Runnymede in the English county of Surrey. Lying just inside the M25 motorway, the town is 18.6 miles southwest of London. As per the 2011 Census, the town features a population of around 11501. Being a somewhat compact town in size, with a total area of 1.88 square miles, the density of the population is thought to be the result of the ease of travelling by its closeness towards the M25. The town, nonetheless, continues to boast a large amount of open land serving as parks, playing fields, flood meadows, woodland, farms and golf courses. Addlestone is identified for being the home of an ancient tree, the Crouch Oak. The oak tree has come to be a prominent symbol of the town, and it's utilised to mark the boundary of Windsor Great Park. Because it is among the main historic features within the town, quite a few local firms incorporate its name in their title. There are numerous other historical landmarks inside the town that remain in use. The George Inn is 1 example, a Grade II listed building dating back to the Tudor period with alterations made in the 18th century. For retail opportunities, the residential estate of Row Hill offers many independent and national shops, featuring a butcher, a baker and an electrical appliance retailer. Addlestone is also appealing for its leisure and sports activities. Abbey Rangers play at Addlestone Moor, and as well as the Addlestone Victory Park Bowls Club, established in 1931, gives both indoor and outside short mat bowling facilities to members of any age and level. For all of your house upgrades, be sure to utilise trusted professionals in Addlestone to make certain of quality.

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Plastering pros in Addlestone

ANDREA PLASTERING

1 review(s)
Based: in Luton, LU2 9BU

I am a professional plasterer with over 15 years of experience in all aspects of plastering work. Skimming, float and set, rendering,pebble dash, plasterboarding the walls and ceilings,removing chimneys and load bearing walls,tiling,painting and de...

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Ian S., HP3
5

Interior work | Plastering in Hemel Hempstead

Accent was slightly difficult on phone but he turned up when he said he would and did the job with no mess.

F-POPESCO

1 review(s)
Based: in Bedford, MK42 8RN

Make sure to check my website for details. It will be very much appreciated. Sincerely, Florin Popescu

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Queenie O., MK41
5

Painter | Interior in Bedford

Mr Popesco was excellent- the contact was quick, he fitted in to my schedule easily. Very good quote and the work was ma...

JX DECO

1 review(s)
Based: in London, SW16 5QP

We are young, dynamic, hard working, professional and very skilled tradesman. Working individually or in a team, we deliver our services in a clean and organised manner: We undertake all types of internal renovations including plastering,decorat...

Latest review

Ghazalah S., E1
5

Painter | Interior in London

James was very professional and prompt. He painted my daughters room very well and I would definately rebook him.

VLADALY LIMITED

2 review(s)
Based: in Middlesex, TW7 4QR

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Liza M., N18
3

Painter | Exterior in London

No comment.

DRESSAGE ELITE PLASTERERS

1 review(s)
Based: in Slough, SL7 1AE

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SHANE D., HP5
5

Ceiling | Plasterboard in Chesham

good bloke good clean tidy job 1st class

A&M PLASTERING & RENDERING

1 review(s)
Based: in Wembley, HA9 7SE

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Maurice L., UB9
5

Building work | Wall Rendering in Denham

Struggled to make appointment. Quotation not provided. A waste of time for both parties

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29 Nov

Interior work | Plastering

Addlestone - KT15

Enquiry from: Eva H

Start Date: Immediate

2 areas need skimming walls only. Area 1 is 1.25 sq m and area 2 is 6 sq m

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17 Feb

Interior work | Plastering

Wokingham - RG40

Enquiry from: Yves L

Start Date: Immediate

are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace other forms: plastering agreed to receive quotes for selected products: yes please call to appoint

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08 Jan

Interior work | Plastering

Maidenhead - SL6

Enquiry from: Jean G

Start Date: Less than one month

are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached other forms: plastering agreed to receive quotes for selected products: yes please call to appoint how many rooms are you loo...

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30 Nov

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: Ola K

Start Date: Immediate

cornice fitting to 4/5 rooms are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many rooms are you looking to have plastered: 4 rooms are you looking for interior decorating...

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21 Nov

Interior work | Plastering

Maidenhead - SL6

Enquiry from: Bogdan M

Start Date: Immediate

are you the property owner: relative of owner property type: semi detached other forms: plastering agreed to receive quotes for selected products: yes please call to appoint

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21 Sep

Interior work | Plastering

Wokingham - RG40

Enquiry from: Colum H

Start Date: Immediate

Plastering New building and old building and external building.

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03 Mar

Interior work | Plastering

Farnborough - GU14

Enquiry from: Kathryn H

Start Date: Immediate

the previous builder plastered a light fitting into the ceiling. once the light is removed there is a hole so it needs repaired and made good

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14 Nov

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: John B

Start Date: Less than one month

fit plaster board & skim to 4 walls (total wall area 45 square metres. And fit plaster board and skim to ceiling (total area 22.5 square metres. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Prope...

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04 Nov

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: John B

Start Date: Less than one month

fit plaster board & skim to 4 walls (total wall area 45 square metres. And fit plaster board and skim to ceiling (total area 22.5 square metres. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Prope...

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07 May

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: Juliet P

Start Date: Immediate

To render the outside of a 1 story extension Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Terrace How many rooms are you looking to have plastered: 1 Are you looking for Interior D...

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16 Mar

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: Trisha Y

Start Date: Immediate

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28 Jan

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: Roy M

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

Require an artex kitchen ceiling skimmed. Size of ceiling is approx 18 sqare metres. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached How many rooms are you looking to have pl...

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03 Dec

Interior work | Plastering

Maidenhead - SL6

Enquiry from: Alexandra S

Start Date: Immediate

Home Owner Call to Appoint

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19 Oct

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: Sandy D

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

Skim walls & ceilings 1 bed maisonette & finish boarding small entrance hall

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20 Sep

Interior work | Plastering

Bracknell - RG12

Enquiry from: Elsie T

Start Date: Immediate

Small hole around light in lounge to be filled in

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05 Sep

Interior work | Plastering

Camberley - GU17

Enquiry from: Mohamed T

Start Date: Immediate

09 Aug

Interior work | Plastering

Camberley - GU15

Enquiry from: Sheila S

Start Date: Immediate

Rendering of area 200 square metres with beads etc for a detached house in colour slightly off white (windows and doors are white)

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02 Jul

Interior work | Plastering

Farnborough - GU14

Enquiry from: Gary B

Start Date: Less than one month

I need a 2 ceilings plastered which currently have artex one is 7.5m by 3.5m and the other is 3.5m x 3.5m I am available anytime for work to be done Are you the property owner: Owner of the property...

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26 May

Interior work | Plastering

Camberley - GU15

Enquiry from: Ratheyan K

Start Date: Immediate

box room plaster skimming

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16 May

Interior work | Plastering

Aldershot - GU12

Enquiry from: Bernard B

Start Date: Immediate

3 ceilings & 1. Wall to be made smooth

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can you plaster over artex

Can You Plaster Over Artex?

The short and simple answer to this question is yes, you can plaster over Artex. However, you must also note that plastering over Artex may not be the best choice as Artex is porous and as such, you’d have to detach the stripping so as to get a smooth and even coating. In the event whereby your ceilings or walls have Artex on them, you’ll have to smooth the Artex in order to obtain a plaster of solid coat.

✓ Preparing Artex for plastering. First and foremost, you’ll have to detach any bumps before you can plaster over the Artex. Do note that you don’t have to completely remove the Artex, all that’s needed is just enough to get a coat of plaster. Make use of a scraper to get rid of the bumps on various Artex designs like swirl and bark. Once you’re through getting rid of as much bumps as possible, there’s the need to seal the Artex due to the fact that it can absorb the moisture out of the plaster which will cut the time to get a good finish to little or nothing. You can use a PVA and water mix to do the job!

✓ The PVA mix. This is done to seal off the porous Artex in order to stop it from absorbing moisture from your plaster which can make it start to crack and crumble. To do this, simply mix half PVA and half water, then use a brush to paint the mixture over the plastering area. Once done, you can give the plastering surface about two to three coats and wait for the solution to dry off within a hour or two.

Plastering over Artex is not as hard as it seems, but if you lack the confidence to complete the task, simply contact a professional for help.

what is plaster made of

What Is Plaster Made Of?

Plaster is one of the most commonly used materials when it comes to building construction. It’s a crucial component that’s incorporated in coating walls, ceilings as well as partitions and it hardens on drying. Plastering is one of the most ancient building materials which has taken over mud to plaster reed or sapling huts so as to serve as a protection against the elements. Here, we’re going to take a look at the multiple compositions of plaster. These components are very important due to the fact that they form a protective coating on whatever they are used on. They work to protect surfaces such as ceiling and underlying walls from scratches or any form of damage.

Plaster comprises a few materials which includes gypsum, lime or cement and all operates in a similar way. Gypsum is made of calcium sulfate dihydrate and it’s the main component of main forms of plaster, sidewalk chalk, blackboard, drywall and more. Meanwhile, lime plaster is made up of sand, water and lime ( mostly non hydraulic hydrated lime). And lastly, cement which is a mix of suitable plaster, portland cement, sand as well as water.

The plaster is usually produced as a dry powder which is mixed thoroughly with water to create a stiff but also a paste that’s workable immediately before it’s applied to the wall or ceiling.

It’s quite easy to confuse a drywall with a plaster but there are some differences. Not only is plaster a much older style of wall construction than dry wall, but it’s also a lot more expensive than installing a drywall. Plaster walls are also able to provide you with a more durable finish when compared to a drywall and it makes for a better quality finish.

how to plaster a wall

How To Plaster A Wall

In order to plaster your wall successfully, you’ll firstly need to get the appropriate tools and materials for the job in place. The tools you’ll need to have includes a trowel and bucket trowel, plasterer’s float, corner trowel, hawk board, two buckets, mixing stick or a paddle, adequate plaster, PVA , dust sheets, clean water, sandpaper, stilts or step ladder as well as a dust mask.

✓ Prepare the wall. You’d have to make sure that you lay down a dust sheet so as to protect your floor and also gather any possible spillage or debris of plaster, before you start working on the walls. Get rid of all the dirt, dust and debris as this is very important for the success of your project if you’re going to be plastering on a worn out and old wall. Also, cover the holes and cracks in the walls with a screen tape

✓ Apply PVA to the wall. This will help ensure the layer you’re using will not dry out at the same time.

✓ Mix the paster. Mix the plaster according to the instructions given in the manufacturer’s manual.

✓ Apply the plaster onto the wall. Upon cleaning of the walls and successful mixture of the plaster, the next step is to apply the mixture to the wall using the hawk board, trowels and a floating tool.

✓ Skim and smooth. After the the first coat has dried after waiting for about 30 minutes, the next step will be to wipe out the bumps and lumps using a trowel to smooth over the surface. Once this is done you can then scrape the wall with a devilling float.

✓ Apply the second coat of plaster

✓ Apply the finishing touches. This includes polishing your work by adding some water to the surface with a spray gun and using the trowel to further smoothen out the surface.

✓ Painting and wallpapering.

What types of plastering are there?

There are several different kinds of plastering. ‘Dot and dab’ refers to a base layer of plasterboard which is attached to a wall using ‘dabs’ of adhesive. ‘Floating’ is a technique where a backing or undercoat plaster is applied to walls. ‘Skimming’ or ‘reskimming’ refers to the very thin final decorative layer of plaster.

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